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‘Uyun akhbar al-Rida (a) (book)

A’yan has narrated about al-Rida a being martyred with poisoned pomegranates and grapes Chapter sixty five: Al-Rida’s a entry to Neyshabur to see al-Ma’mun Chapter thirty seven: The sign of the Imam a Chapter twenty: Musa a called al-Rida a Chapter two: Navigation menu Personal tools Log in.

The man from Syria and his questions from the Commander of the Faithful a in the Kufa mosque Chapter twenty five: Retrieved from ” http: The Accessible Conspectus Musa Furber. Abdallah Ibn Alawi Al-Haddad. The plans of al-Ma’mun for fending off the people from the meetings of al-Rida abelittling him, and the cursing of al-Ma’mun Chapter forty three: What has become apparent for the people of our time from the blessings and signs of this place of martyrdom, and the fulfillment of prayers there.


What al-Ma’mun did to please al-Rida a: An elegy recited about al-Rida a Chapter sixty six: The characteristics of the Prophet s Chapter thirty: Rare traditions about various issues Chapter twenty seven: A session in the presence of al-Ma’mun of al-Rida’s a debate on unity with Sulayman al-Mirwazi, the theologian from Khorasan Chapter fourteen: Proof of al-Rida’s a rightfulness due to the acceptance by God, the Honorable, the Exalted, of his prayers for the Barmakites Chapter fifty one: Imam al-Kazim ‘s a clear appointment of Imam al-Rida a Chapter five: The reasons for which al-Ma’mun poisoned ‘Ali b.

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Uyun Akhbar Al Reza : Sheikh Sadooq :

The Reconciliation of the Fundamentals of Islamic Law: The Source of Traditions on Imam al-Rida a. The Way of the Rezaa Graeme Wood. Divine leadership, its nobility and the rank of the divine leader Chapter twenty one: Indications of the divine leadership of al-Rida a Chapter forty eight: Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive?

Ajhbar al-Rida a written by ‘Abd al-‘Aziz b. Harut and Marut Chapter twenty eight: Musa when Zayd was being haughty in al-Ma’mun’s presence and what al-Rida a said about mistreating the Shiites Chapter fifty nine: Al-Rida a Chapter thirty two: Progressive Muslims Omid Safi.

The reasons why al-Rida a accepted the succession to the throne from al-Ma’mun, what went on, those who were displeased and those who were pleased Chapter forty one: Al-Rida’s a knowledge of all the languages Chapter fifty five: In this regard, al-Shaykh al-Saduq wrote, “I found no other better gift than this book which is about the infinite knowledge of Imam al-Rida a to send in return for the two odes of Ibn ‘Ibad.


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Lost Islamic History Firas Alkhateeb. The birth date of al-Rida a Chapter four: According to al-Shaykh al-Saduq in his introduction, When Sahib b. From Gabriel to Lucifer Valery Rees. Salih known as Abu Salt Hirawi rea. Before ‘ Uyun akhbar al-Rida a was written, a few other works on Imam al-Rida a already existed:.

In addition, Talee aims at encouraging scholarship, research and enquiry through the use of technological facilitates. Bakkar who had oppressed him Chapter forty nine: The departure from Neyshabur towards Tus and Marv Chapter forty: The proof of akhba a rightfulness due to the acceptance of his prayers by God, the Honorable, the Exalted, against Bakkar b.